First experiences of driving
My first experiences of driving were on our family holiday in France or Spain, go-karting. The most exciting place was racing on the main go-kart track adjacent to the famous Le Mans 24-hour circuit in France. I normally did OK and sometimes beat my dad who can be very competitive!
Have you recently passed your motorcycle test? Have you thought about any further training? Perhaps you’ve been riding for many years without any formal training? Well, the enhanced rider scheme (ERS) might be for you!
ERS offers both experienced and new riders the opportunity to enhance their skills under the tuition of professionally qualified motorcycle instructors.
If you’ve read this blog before you’ll know we’re all about giving you tip-top advice. So carrying on in that great tradition, we’d like to talk about drink driving and how it can affect your career, your life and the lives of other people.
You may have noticed that the schools have gone back. Yes, the tell-tale signs are all there: stressed parents bundling their kids into the car, an increase in rush-hour traffic and the reappearance of school buses that stop in odd places to pick up and drop off their young passengers.
Hello! Well, we’ve been away on holiday for a while, but now we’re back with more great advice to help you stay safe and enjoy your driving.
This blog is all about sunglasses. You might be wondering what sunglasses have to do with safe driving – you just stick them on when there’s a bit of dazzle and earn additional ‘I look cool points’ into the bargain? If only that was all there was to it!
You may have heard that learners will be allowed to drive on UK motorways from the 4th June 2018. Sadly for the more eager readers of this blog, they’ll also need to be accompanied by a fully qualified driving instructor in a car equipped with dual controls. So don’t try and hassle your parents into taking you out on the motorway - they won’t be allowed.
Living in a city is just so convenient – there’s the access to pubs, places to eat, cinemas and busy roads … did I say busy roads? Well not ‘everything’ is great about city life. Sometimes you wish you could fly home over the endless steams of traffic queuing ahead of you.